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'Proud Londoner' Damian Lewis slams Boris Johnson over 'Dubai on Thames' promise

'Proud Londoner' Damian Lewis slams Boris Johnson over 'Dubai on Thames' promise

Lewis said suggestions he could be the first ginger Bond were just internet chat at this stage.

8:43pm Thursday 5 May 2016

Newsquest named 2016’s Most Innovative Publisher

Newsquest's award reflects the innovative work achieved through the launch of a series of business specific local display advertising products.

NEWSQUEST Media Group, the publisher of The Northern Echo and its sister titles, has been named 2016’s Most Innovative Publisher for its work on local digital advertising products.

8:42pm Thursday 5 May 2016

Dick Pound says Russia still has a trust problem as Rio Olympics decision looms

Russian track and field athletes could be banned from the Rio Olympics

Former World Anti-Doping Agency president Dick Pound believes it will be "very hard" to trust any Russian athlete at the Olympics this summer if the country succeeds in overturning its ban from international competition.

8:42pm Thursday 5 May 2016

Reds mark inquest verdicts with special rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone

The memorial for the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster outside Anfield tonight

Liverpool marked the momentous Hillsborough inquest verdicts with a special rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone ahead of their Europa League semi-final second leg against Villarreal.

8:42pm Thursday 5 May 2016

Middlesbrough fan Lewis hopes tears will turn to cheers this weekend

Lewis Fryer outside his home in Ingleby Barwick

HIS face, full of tears, was beamed across the world. But Middlesbrough fan Lewis Fryer, seven, is hoping it will be all smiles this weekend with his beloved side one point away from a place in the Premier League.

8:30pm Thursday 5 May 2016

Polling day protest march and demonstrations against planned Hurworth development

Protesters outside the village hall in Hurworth, where an exhibition of the proposed housing development by Banks Group is taking place

A PROTEST has taken place against proposals for a controversial housing development in Hurworth.

8:08pm Thursday 5 May 2016

31 fall ill after disease outbreak linked to petting farm

Visitors to petting farms have been urged to make sure they wash their hands after touching animals

More than 30 people have fallen ill after a disease outbreak linked to a petting farm, health officials said.

6:59pm Thursday 5 May 2016

Louis van Gaal urges Manchester United to keep pressure on Manchester City

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says nothing has changed in the race for fourth place

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal does not believe Manchester City's Champions League exit will have any bearing on the battle to finish in the top four.

6:45pm Thursday 5 May 2016

Walk in burglar 'took advantage' of situation, seeing keys dangling from front door of house.

JAILED: John Alan Bolt, given 30-month sentence for burglary at home of elderly householder.

A PREVIOUSLY twice convicted burglar took advantage when he passed the home of an elderly woman and noticed the keys dangling from the front door

6:42pm Thursday 5 May 2016

War film to be screened in Catterick Garrison to raise funds for military charity

A FILM based on a best-selling book detailing a disastrous military mission is being shown in Catterick Garrison to raise cash for a soldiers' charity.

6:36pm Thursday 5 May 2016
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